According to a new report by kicker, Thomas Müller may not be happy with his role at Bayern Munich and could potentially consider move away from the club. The thought of someone like Muller leaving might be unthinkable to most fans of the club — but as we saw when Bastian Schweinsteiger transferred to Manchester United, things don’t always work out the way you imagine.
Reportedly, the raumdeuter is annoyed that, even after good performances, he is still made to leave the game prematurely — such as when he was subbed at half time for Serge Gnabry against Nürnberg.
Müller reportedly has offers from abroad, with Serie A clubs AC Milan and Inter Milan both being interested, as well as unnamed suitors from England. This is just speculation, but it wouldn’t be surprising if Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City were involved — after all, Muller was an absolute monster under Pep in 15/16.
Of course, kicker tend to be somewhat unreliable when it comes to Bayern-related news, so there’s no need to panic just yet. Kovac still has Muller starting every game, so he can’t possibly be that upset with the coach. In addition, Müller still has two years left on his contract, so it’s unlikely that he’s would force a move when Kovac’s future at Bayern is far from guaranteed.
In short: Muller’s staying, there’s no need worry.